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Quake 2 is back and better than ever!
fans of the classic first-person shooter Quake 2, rejoice! The game has just received a remastered edition that brings it to the modern era with enhanced graphics, new features, and cross-play support. Whether you want to relive the original campaign, explore the two official expansions, or try out the brand-new expansion Call of the Machine with 28 levels from Machine Games, you will find plenty of action and challenge in this remaster. You can also play with your friends online or locally in split-screen mode, and enjoy the game on any platform you prefer: PC, Xbox, PlayStation, or Nintendo Switch.
The remastered edition of Quake 2 features stunning 4K resolution, improved animations and gore, enhanced lighting, and more. You can also customize your experience with various video settings, such as a CRT filter, motion blur, and accessibility options. The game also supports cloud saves and cross-platform play, so you can switch between devices and join players from different platforms. And of course, the game still has the original soundtrack that will pump you up for the intense battles.
If you already own Quake 2 on Steam, GOG, or Microsoft’s store, you will get the remastered edition as a free update. If not, you can buy it for only $9.99 / £7.99 on any digital storefront. Or, if you are a Game Pass subscriber on Xbox or PC, you can play it for free as part of your subscription. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience one of the best FPS games of all time in a new light.
Quake 2 is available now on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. Grab your copy today and get ready to quake!
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Posted by Meganoob on Fri Aug 11, 2023 5:40 am
id Software turns 30
Wow feel old yet? I just want to thank the company that gave us games we have dumped thousands of hours into and brought so many of us together. On Behalf of o2o, the 1.16n community and those we have lost along the way, thank you for the frags.
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Posted by Meganoob on Mon Feb 01, 2021 12:17 pm
Quake Celebrates 20 Years
Today Quake turns 20, the game released for MS-DOS in 1996 and started the series in which we love. Lets all take a moment to thank the series creators who gave birth to frag fest we still love to this day!
Director: John Romero
Designers: John Romero, American McGee, Sandy Petersen, Tim Willits
Programmers: John Carmack, Michael Abrash, John Cash
Artists: Adrian Carmack, Kevin Cloud
Composer: Trent Reznor
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Posted by Meganoob on Wed Jun 22, 2016 7:53 am
15 Years of Quake 3
The day was December 2nd, 1999 when ID released what would tie everyone in our community together. 15 years ago this piece of software was released and sucked in thousands of gamers into the arena to battle it out with each other. Little did they know upon release it would spark a change in the gaming world bringing eSports into the primetime view of the masses. It also gave birth to this community of demo players and 1.16n standoffs forming a lifelong bond over the skill of a railgun and the finesse of a circle jump. Today we salute the game that we poured our heart and souls into, destroyed countless mice and mousepads on, upgraded video cards to get that magical 125fps or even destroyed videocards getting to 333fps. Thank you John Carmack for IDTech 3 powering the game, Graeme Devine and Tim Willits for the gothic design we loved, Adrian Carmack, Kevin Cloud and Paul Steed for those awesome textures we marveled at for so many years. Last but not least thank you Graeme Devine for getting it all together to make it the best fps for over a decade and the subject of our obsession for many, many years.
On behalf of o2o, what's left of the community and this broke ass website. Thank you for the wonderful 15 years of existence and happy birthday Quake 3 Arena!
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Posted by Meganoob on Tue Dec 02, 2014 1:29 pm
Which VR platform are you looking forward to?